Inactivity Syndrome: Made You Look!
If you have the stamina to run a half marathon (13.1 miles) but think you can’t do it faster than your last attempt, this article will show you how to improve your time. Run faster by spending extra time on key training elements and caring for your body in the weeks and days before the race.
What are the benefits of HIIT versus a slower paced cardio? Which one is better? In this in-depth guide, we’ll tell you why HIIT is superior to cardio in almost every way!
Plantar Fasciitis and Achilles Tendonitis.
At the first sight, compression socks / sleeves are little more than tight socks. But they have some benefits that make them indispensable for many runners.
Why all the interest in canicross? Get the lowdown on why this sport is surging in popularity, plus find out how to get started with it yourself.
Hill training for runners is a highly effective way to improve your overall fitness, speed, and endurance, and can also help prepare you for different race courses in the future. Try these hill training tips and you’ll have no excuse for not finishing at the top of the pack!
It is important to familiarize yourself with the parts of a running shoe so you can determine if the shoe is right for you.
Fartlek training offers considerable benefits as your running progresses. This guide and workout will give you a good idea of what Fartlek training is, how it can help you, and how to do it in order to reap its full benefits.
Continue to step by step guide to measuring your foot and shoe size. This is a wonderful guide for both men and women.
How long does it take to break in running shoes? This is a common question for runners. Here’s how long you should wear your running shoes for before taking your first run.